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- Lee, Dahae, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2019 v.67 no.7 pp. 1831-1838
- Aspergillus fischeri; Glehnia littoralis; calcium; cell death; cytotoxicity; endophytes; fungi; host plants; mitogen-activated protein kinase; neuroprotective effect; phosphorylation; reactive oxygen species; roots; secondary metabolites; spectroscopy; stereochemistry; stroke; traditional medicine
- ... Roots of Glehnia littoralis have been used to heal stroke as a traditional medicine. Even though many studies on this plant have been conducted, the secondary metabolites produced by its endophytes and their bioactivities have not been investigated thus far. Therefore, a new meroditerpenoid named sartorypyrone E (1) and eight known compounds (2–9) were isolated from extracts of cultured Neosartory ...